On the mention of the so-called ‘grey nomad movement’, the first thing that springs to mind are retirees who travel independently for extended periods of time, usually in a campervan or caravan, but this lifestyle has also caught the attention of a number of younger people and working families in Australia. Managing their finances is certainly among the biggest challenges that these people have to overcome. With this in mind, here’s how to save money as a full-time nomad Down Under.
Australia is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world, full of astonishing locations waiting to be discovered. Thanks to the welcoming people and warm climate, you will find your visit pleasant and relaxing, leaving you free to bask in the sunlight and to fully engage on your romantic dates. The following guide will give you some ideas to help you make your holiday a fairy tale, and with a free rental car, you will literally be in the driver’s seat of the experience of your...Read More
Australia is a country full of
magnificent sunsets, whether they’re beaming down upon the enormous Red Centre
or drenching the beaches in colourful rays. Witnessing them in all their glory
is made much easier if you get
yourselves a free transfer car for the trip, as it will help you navigate
to exciting, off-the-radar destinations, as well as to more popular, iconic
From skyscrapers, coastlines and
forests, to beaches, deserts and mountaintops, here are the best spots for
enjoying the...Read More
You don’t have to travel all the way across the globe to Europe or the US to see the deep reds and shining golden yellows of the changing season. Autumn is just as beautiful right here, so step outside of the city, long enough to refresh your spirit, and take in the vibrant surroundings with the ones that will appreciate it the most. Here are a few of the best places you can cleverly reach on a budget with a free car or campervan. Let’s explore these amazing landscapes!
High Country –...Read More
Australia has been the backdrop for a
number of internationally popular films, owing to its modern cities, as well as
unique, varied and often dramatic landscapes. Below, you’ll discover why the Australian
landscapes are perfect for filming action, comedy, drama and even children’s
movies. Before you search out these iconic locations, make sure you find a free car to arrive in style.
This 80’s comedy classic is about as Australian as a film could possibly be, although it was...Read More
Are the hot summer roads beginning to call for your company? If you’re
an Aussie asphalt aficionado and you still haven’t crossed The Kimberley off your bucket list, you
are missing out on the ultimate road trip experience Down Under can provide.
The vast, sparsely inhabited territory (for reference, imagine if all of California had about 40,000 people living there) is the northernmost region in Western Australia, and represents one of the last remaining wild frontiers. With sprawling ancient mountains...Read More